Lamborghini Veneno Caught Cruising on the Road

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If there’s a more menacing looking car on the road, we haven’t seen it.

Sighting the Lamborghini Veneno in the metal will always be special. Supercar spotter Brian Zuk is well aware of this and was quick to share footage of the limited edition hypercar sports caught revving up before cruising down the road. When viewed passing other vehicles on the road, its extreme styling convinces us the Veneno was spawned after the Predator had his wicked way with an Aventador. It’s so menacing it borders on the offensive.

Yet that hasn’t stopped three people parting with $4 million to buy one, while Lamborghini will create nine roadster variants after clients presumably pleaded with the Italian carmaker to make a few more.

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